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Alberta Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities: Longitudinal study pilot phase

A pilot longitudinal evaluation study in one Alberta Head Start (AHS) site to assess outcomes for participants compared to age-matched non-AHS peers on literacy, achievement in school, prosocial skills and receptive vocabulary, the feasibility of the longitudinal method used, and its applicability to future longitudinal evaluative studies of AHS programs in Alberta, based on data from 48 children at one school in a small rural off-reserve aboriginal community northwest of Edmonton, Alberta
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